- Polonaise (disambiguation)
Polonaise, a slow, stately dance of Polish origin.
* A piece of music for this dance, popularized by
Frédéric Chopin. See the list of polonaises by this composer.
Polonaise (clothing), a woman's garment popular in the late 18th century.
Polonaise (vodka), a Polish brand of vodka.
* Garnish made of browned butter and bread crumbs, popular in
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